I agree, I don't find this possibility to be very probable.DoritoPasta wrote:Yup, you are WAAAY over thinking this.ProFitofKiLLz wrote:One thing I think no one is considering is that Halo Infinite could, potentially, be the last Halo title. And I mean that as, the last separate Halo game. It's called "Infinite" because it never actually ends. Multiplayer maps are constantly released and the gameplay constantly tweaked, and while the game has a complete story, more story will continuously be added as time goes on, replacing the need for a Halo 7, or treating it more like an MMO where you get free content drops that add smaller story beats, and then one big paid expansion that encompasses the story of Halo 7, rinse and repeat as long as you want. Basically think of Halo Infinite as an ever growing platform. It's not like Destiny, which is an MMO-lite. Not like that. It's not shared world, not an MMO, not an RPG, not open world, but it takes cues from MMO's on how to deliver content to players, a service game. And like some MMO's, the Xbox One version might eventually be dropped if they decide to try and do something the Xbox One can't handle.
Halo 5 taught 343 one thing. Fans want a traditional Halo title. I think everyone who's throwing out ideas vastly different from a traditional Halo campaign, focused on the chief, with a separate multiplayer suite is forgetting this very simple fact.
Bonnie Ross doubled down on this in an e3 interview this year, and so did Frankie in an interview last year.